Steakhouse Burgers



Be sure to order onion rings with the burgers at Buckley’s Great Steaks in Merrimack.
Photo by Susan Laughlin

Buckley’s Great Steaks
Eight-ounce burgers are made from fresh-ground choice sirloin, ribeye and tenderloin trimmings, all grilled over native hardwood and served on a griddled potato roll. Hand-cut French fries are part of the package. The bacon-infused burger has crisp bacon mixed into the ground meat. $12

438 Daniel Webster Hwy.
Merrimack
(603) 424-0995


O Steaks and Seafood
The Kobe (American Wagyu) beef 12-ounce burger has all the flavor of O’s award-winning Kobe beef pops, but in a more traditional format. Lunch only, $15

62 Doris Ray Court
Lakeport
(603) 524-9373

11 South Main St.
Concord
(603) 856-7925


Demeters Steakhouse
USDA Prime beef with bacon, cheddar, mushrooms and arugula that’s served with fries. Served only on the bar menu, $15

3612 Lafayette Rd.
Portsmouth
(603) 766-0001


Jesse’s Steaks, Seafood & Tavern
The over-the-top Oscar Burger combines ground, aged beef with more steakhouse favorites; king crab, asparagus and luscious béarnaise sauce. $16

224 Lebanon St.
Hanover
(603) 643-4111


Hanover Street Chophouse
HSC Classic Burger with Vermont cheddar and NH bacon served on sesame seed bun for lunch only or nightly at the bar. The lunch-only Steakhouse burger ($10.95) is lathered with sautéed onions, mushrooms marinated in red wine and is dotted with bleu cheese. They also won a Zagat award for best burger in the state for their MacDaddy. Wow! $12.95

149 Hanover St.
Manchester
(603) 644-2467

 

 

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